The Cersaie 2022 Fair is coming to an end after intense days of discussion, networking, updates, training and curiosities about the world of ceramics and architecture. The surprises, however, are not over yet, the very latest food for thought will be condensed on the closing day of September 30th.
The theme of sustainability has been the leitmotif of this edition and coherently reappears on September 30th with a new approach and a different perspective. There will be moments dedicated to the more technical aspect and insights into the latest trends regarding ceramics in design and architecture.
Irene Priolo, Councilor for the Environment of Emilia-Romagna, will begin the last day of Cersaie 2022 with welcome greetings and the opening of the proceeding to introduce the biennial monitoring document of the signed Agreement. This will be followed by a debate on various issues relating to environmental impact.
Dr. Luisa Guerra (Arpae) will exhibit the environmental picture of the ceramic district focusing her attention on emissions and air quality.
Dr. Andrea Canetti (Confindustria Ceramica), on the other hand, will focus on the production context and on the emission factors of the ceramic sector. Quotas in use and quotas set aside in the application of the signed Agreement will instead be discussed in depth by Dr. Valentina Beltrame (Arpae).
The debate will also include time for questions and interventions from the audience to encourage the exchange of ideas and contents. The presence of the Mayors of the Municipalities of the district is also foreseen.
A last space for theoretical study and practical demonstration will be dedicated to the event “Grandi Lastre e Norma UNI 11493”. For the occasion, the professional refresher seminar for design, installation and maintenance will recognize training credits based on the professional categories of origin: 4 CFP for Architects, 3 CFP for Engineers, 4 CFP for Surveyors.
Director Marco Miglio will dialogue with Giorgio Caporaso on design and materials used for outdoor furniture as elements of sustainability. Here the environmental impact is assessed in the light of the latest design trends that re-evaluate the continuity between indoor and outdoor spaces.
There will also be a mid-morning press conference in Hall D of BolognaFiere. This will be an opportunity for the conference speakers to discuss the topic of emissions with the journalists present.
The architect Giuseppe Maria Jonghi Lavarini and the architect Caterina Parrello will talk with the director of the Diocesan Museum of Cremona, Don Gianluca Gaiardi, to deepen the function and the opportunities offered by the ecclesial real estate at the service of artistic and cultural heritage.
The architect Alessandro Suppress , designer and curator of the restoration of the Bishop's Palace of Pistoia for the Pistoia Civic Museums, will also contribute to the debate.
Andrea Dari will moderate the conversation table on the declination of ceramic for outdoor flooring in the light of the latest trends. The comparison will be enriched by the presentation of two different case studies in Rimini.
Alberto Dellavalle , engineer and manager of the infrastructure, mobility and environmental quality sector of the Municipality of Rimini, Filippo Boschi , architect and consultant for the implementation of the Rimini Strategic Plan, Roberto Ricci , professional and Paolo Colombo, President of Assoposa will take the floor.
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